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The Department of Management of the Raiganj University has started its journey from very recent period to offer the MBA and BBA programmes, and in the current year the Department will launch the PhD programme. The Department is rich with many experienced faculties from various specializations, providing leadership in management education by imparting quality and industry relevant knowledge through research and other activities. The Department organises lectures of renowned faculties from reputed institutes, officials from different industrial houses from various parts of India.



Vision of the Department:

The Department will have a metamorphic impact on society through various innovations and discover in education, research, creativity, and others in the business, management and associated fields.

Mission of the Department:

To create a metamorphic educational experience for students focused on deep disciplinary knowledge, problem solving, leadership, communication and interpersonal skills; and personal health and well-being.

To cultivate a metamorphic university community committed to:

●  Attracting and retaining diverse, world-class talent;
●  Creating a collaborative environment open to the free exchange of ideas, where research, creativity, innovation can increase;
●  Ensuring individuals can achieve their full potential.
Level & Nature of the ProgramsDegrees Approved/Offered
BachelorsBBA (H)
Masters (Taught)MBA
(Finance/ Marketing/ HR/Agri Business Management)
Masters (Research)MPhil (Arts)-Management
DoctoralPh.D. (Arts)- Management

Objective of the UG Program:

The Objective of the BBA Program is to develop the students’ intellectual capacity, executive personality, and managerial skills in a way that enables them assume entry-level managerial positions in business and industry, public sector organizations, consultancy companies and other organizations.

 

Objective of the PG Program:

 

The objective of the MBA Program is to develop the following skills among the students:

●  Managerial Skills and Business Leadership

●  Problem-Solving and Strategic Planning Skills

●  Business Communication and Team Management Skills

●  Ethical Decision-Making and Social Responsibility Skills

 

Specialization of the UG Program (BBA Hons):

●  Financial Management

●  Marketing Management

●  Human Resource Management

 

Specialization of PG Program (MBA):

●  Financial Management

●  Marketing Management

●  Human Resource Management

●  Agri-Business Management
Future Program Planning: Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics

The Department has following facilities for its students, researchers and teachers-


Library:


A small departmental library enriched with several text books, reference study materials and advanced course material to cater the students of the department.


Well equipped furniture:


The Department has well equipped furniture to carry the academic activities.


Computer:


4 units of desktop and 1 unit of laptop with internet are available at the Department.


Internet:


Internet and Wi-Fi facilities are available at the Department.


The Department has following research areas of interest as thrust area—

●  Financial Management
●  Marketing Management
●  Human Resource Management
●  International Economics
●  Development Economics
●  Econometrics.

Faculty & Staff with CV - Click Here

The Department has started its journey for offering Research Degrees from the session 2020-2021 with the thrust areas—


●  Financial Management
●  International Economics
●  Econometrics
●  Development Economics

●  Number of Journal Paper Published (from 2015 to 2020): 32
●  Number of Conference Paper Published (from 2015 to 2020):45
●  Number of Book Chapter Published (from 2015 to 2020): 19
●  Number of Book Published (from 2015 to 2020): 02

Faculty Wise Research Publications:

Dr. Subrata Saha

●  “Government Revenue and Expenditure Nexus in Singapore: Structural Stability and causality Analysis” International Journal of Research in Commerce, IT and Management. Volume No. 05(2015), Issue No. 01 (January).
●  “Testing of Parameter Constancy and Dynamic Nexus between Government Revenue and Government Expenditure: Empirical Evidence from Indonesia” Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol: 5 [Issue:2] Feb 2015.
●  “Test of Parameter Stability and Causality Nexus between Government Revenue and Government Expenditure in Thailand: Some Empirical Evidence” Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary, Vol.1, and Issue 31 (March 2015)
●  “Inflation and Economic Growth in India- An Econometric Study” Asian Academic Research Journal of social science and research, Vol.5, Issue 02 (February 2018)
●  “A Review of Revenue - Expenditure nexus in India: The Empirical Evidence of Lucas Critique” Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics and Management, Vol. 08, No. 04, April-2018,PP. 28-41
●  “Testing of Parameter Constancy and Dynamic Nexus between Government Revenue and Government Expenditure: Empirical Evidence from Indonesia paper presented at the International Conference on Modern Trends in Social and Basic Sciences, 27-28 March, 2015. Alipurduar College. West Bengal.
●  “A Review of Revenue and Expenditure Nexus in India: Some Empirical Evidences” paper presented at the National Seminar, 19-20 March,2016,Dept. of Economics, Raganj University.
●  “Inflation and Economic Growth in India: An Econometric Study” paper presented at the National Seminar, 27th March, 2017, Dept. of Economics, Raiganj University
●  Sanitation and Health: “A Case Study on Tea Garden Labours of Kurseong, a Sub- Division of Darjeeling district” paper presented at the National Seminar, 22nd February 2020, Dept. of Economics, Raiganj University in collaboration with NBU Economic Alumni Association.
●  Perspective of Dietetic and Antioxidant Medicinal Plants, Notion Press, Chennai (co- authored with Dr. Dilip De Sarkar), 2015.
●  Fiscal Policies and Structural Changes in Southeast Asian Economies: An Econometric and Time Series Analysis (to be published).

Dr. Arindam Metia

●  Metia, A. (2019). Assessing MDM Hygiene & Satisfaction: A study with special Reference to Jalpaiguri Municipality. International Journal of management, Technology and Engineering, 391-403.
●  Metia, A. (2019). Assessment of Primary school infrastructure: A Study of Rural & Urban Areas of Jalpaiguri District. The International journal of Analytical Experimental Model Analysis, 501-510.
●  Metia, A. (2016). Education for All in Jalpaiguri with special reference to Infrastructure & RTE Act, 2009: Current Status & Initiatives. Abhinav National Monthly Referred journal of research in Art & Education, 29-36.
●  Metia, A. (2019). Evaluation of MDM scheme between Jalpaiguri Municipality (urban) & Rajganj(Rural) in West Bengal. Journal of Emerging Technologies and innovative Research, 604-610.
●  Metia, A. (2019). income tax Practice-A creator of Disparities. National Managemr Research Conference, SIT (pp. 8-15). Siliguri, SIT.
●  Metia, A. (2019). Perspective of Investment Decision of salaried people in Private Sector: A Study with Special reference to jalpaiguri town in West Bengal. International Journal of Engineering Development & Research), 819-825.
●  Metia,A.(2020).The factors affecting investment decision during lockdown:An Analysis on Investor of Jalpaiguri. Journal of the Social Science, 3217-3229.
●  A study on investment & tax planning perspective of salaried people of private sector employees with special reference to Jalpaiguri town-March 28,2019,National Seminar on “Advances in Business & Management, Department of Commerce, NBU.
●  Income Tax practice-A Creator of Disparities-11th November, 2017, National Seminar on Peter Drucker 7th management Research Conference, Department of Business Administration, SIT.

Mr. Madhabendra Sinha

●  Sinha, M., Tirtosuharto, D. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “Impacts of FDI and Remittances Inflows in Developing Asia: A Comparative Dynamic Panel Study”, Economic Papers (Wiley), Vol. 38(4), pp. 311-328, ISSN: 1759-3441 (Scopus, ABDC - B), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/1759-3441.12260.
●  Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sinha, M. (2019), "Multi-group Segregation for Nominal and Ordinal Categorical Data: an application to socio-religious groups in India", Journal of Policy Modeling (Elsevier), Vol. 41(6), pp. 1095-1108, ISSN: 0161-8938 (Scopus, ABDC-A), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpolmod.2019.04.002.
●  Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sinha, M. (2020), “Gradual Disappearance of Gender Disparity in Human Capital Accumulation: Evidence from India”, Journal of Asian and African Studies (Sage), ISSN: 0021-9096 (Scopus), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0021909620909492.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “FDI Inflow, ICT Expansion and Economic Growth: An Empirical Study on Asia-Pacific Developing Countries”, Global Business Review (Sage), ISSN: 0972-1509 (Scopus, ABDC - C), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0972150919873839.
●  Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sinha, M. (2020), “Does education produce identical labour market outcome for all? A study on India”, Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research (Sage), Vol. 14(3), pp. 309-331, ISSN: 0973-8010 (Scopus, ABDC - C), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0973801020920095.
●  Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sinha, M. (2019), “Between-Group Inequality in Education in India: A Sequential Logit Model Analysis”, International Journal of Education Economics and Development (Inderscience), Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 294-322, DOI: 10.1504/IJEED.2019.100669, ISSN: 1759-5681 (Scopus).
●  Singh, P.K., Sinha. M., Das, S., and Choudhury, P. (2020), “Enhancing Recommendation Accuracy of Item-based Collaborative Filtering using Bhattacharyya Coefficient and Most Similar Item”, Applied Intelligence (Springer), ISSN: 0924-669X (Scopus, SCI), DOI: doi.org/10.1007/s10489-020-01775-4.
●  Sinha, M., Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “An Empirical Analysis on FDI and ICT in India”, Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies (Springer), Vol. 159, pp. 75-83, ISSN: 2190-3018 (Scopus).
●  Mukherjee, U.C., Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “A Dynamic Panel Data Study on ICT and Technical Higher Education in India”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (Springer), Vol. 990, pp. 449-459 ISSN: 2194-5357 (Scopus).
●  Sengupta, P. P., Sinha, M. and Dutta, U. P. (2019), “Economic and Environmental Performances in Manufacturing Industries: A Comparative Study”, Periodicals of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 99-108, ISSN: 2303-4521 (Scopus).
●  Dutta, A., Sinha, M. and Gahan, P. (2019), “Perspective of the Behaviour of Retail Investors: An Analysis with Indian Stock Market Data”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (Springer), Vol. 999, pp. 605-616, ISSN: 2194-5357 (Scopus).
●  Nandi, A., Sinha, M., Dutta, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “An Analysis of Total Risk Management in Performances of Public Sector Banks in India”, Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies (Springer), Vol. 159, pp. 67-73, ISSN: 2190-3018 (Scopus).
●  Mukhopadhyay, P., Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “Decision-Making Process of Farmers: A Conceptual Framework”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (Springer), Vol. 999, pp. 921-934, ISSN: 2194-5357 (Scopus).
●  Sengupta, S., Panja, S. and Sinha, M. (2018), “Capturing Gender Disparity in Immunization across Districts of West Bengal, India”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Vol. 119, No. 16, pp. 5197-5207, ISSN: 1314-3395/1311-8080 (Scopus).
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “FDI and Industry in Developed and Developing Countries: A Comparative Dynamic Panel Analysis”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (Springer), Vol. 758, pp. 463-472, ISSN: 2194-5357 (Scopus).
●  Mukhopadhyay, P., Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “Determinants of Farmers’ Decision-Making to Accept Crop Insurance: A Multinomial Logit Model Approach”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (Springer), Vol. 758, pp. 267-275, ISSN: 2194-5357 (Scopus).
●  Sinha, M., Modak, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “Foreign Direct Investment and Indian Industries: A Dynamic Panel Study”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Vol. 118, No. 18, pp. 1279-1294, ISSN: 1314-3395/1311-8080 (Scopus).
●  Das Paul, B., Sinha, M., Jana, S. K. and Sengupta, P. P. (2017), “Production and Environmental Performances of Selected Steel Plants in India: An Empirical Investigation”, International Journal of Economic Research, Vol. 14, No. 18, pp. 11-26, ISSN: 0972-9380 (Scopus, ABDC - C).
●  Sinha, M., Sengupta, D., Roy, O., Banerjee, J. and Sengupta, P. P. (2017), “Determinants of Participation of Women in Labour Market: An Empirical Evidence from Nadia District of West Bengal in India”, Man in India, Vol. 97, No. 2, pp. 239-255, ISSN: 0025-1569 (Scopus).
●  Sinha, M., Das, R., Mahapatra, S.S., Dutta, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “Dynamics of Globalisation and Inflation in Post Reform India”, In Singha, K. et al., Handbook of Post-reform Indian Economy (Routledge), Forthcoming.
●  Sinha, M., Das, R. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “FDI, ICT and Economic Growth in Developing Countries: An Empirical Analysis”, In S. Sikdar et al. (Eds.), Role of IT- ITES in Economic Development of Asia: Issues of Growth, Sustainability and Governance (Springer), pp. 121-123, ISBN: 9789811542060.
●  Bhuimali, A., Laha, S. S., Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “FDI, Trade and Economic Growth: A Dynamic Panel Study on Global Economy”, In Bhattacharyya, R. (Eds.), The Gains and Pains of Financial Integration and Trade Liberalization (Emerald UK), pp. 73-83, ISBN: 9781838670047.
●  Sinha, M., Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “Terrorists' Activities and Decisions of MNCs on Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Economies in Asia and Pacific Region”, In Das, R.C. (Eds), The Impact of Global Terrorism on Economic and Political Development: Afro-Asian Perspectives (Emerald UK), pp. 167-177, ISBN: 9781787699205.
●  Das, R., Sinha, M., Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “Globalization and Inflation in Developing Asia”, In Das, R.C. (Eds), The Impacts of Monetary Policy in the 21st Century: Perspectives from Emerging Economies (Emerald UK), pp. 121-129, ISBN: 9781789733204.
●  Chakraborty, P., Laha, S. S., and Sinha, M. (2019), “Perception of Indian Consumers Towards Green Products”, In Das, R.C. (Eds), Handbook of Research on Economic and Political Implications of Green Trading and Energy Use (IGI Global USA), pp. 267-279, ISBN: 9781522585473.
●  Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sinha, M., (2019), ”Macroeconomic Impacts of Terrorist Activities in Developed and Developing Countries, In Das, R.C. (Eds), The Impact of Global Terrorism on Economic and Political Development: Afro-Asian Perspectives (Emerald UK), pp. 49-60, ISBN: 9781787699205.
●  Sinha, M., Mahapatra, S. S., Dutta, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “Microfinance and Women Empowerment: An Empirical Analysis”, In Das, R.C. (eds.), Handbook of Research on Microfinancial Impacts on Women Empowerment, Poverty, and Inequality (IGI Global USA), pp. 52-64, ISBN: 9781522552406.
●  Sinha, M., Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “Dynamics of Public Expenditure on Defense and Economic Growth Pattern in Developed and Developing Countries”, In Das, R.C. (eds.), Handbook of Research on Military Expenditure on Economic and Political Resources (IGI Global USA), pp. 131-143, ISBN: 9781522547785.
●  Mukhopadhyay, P., Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “Public Expenditure on Defense and Economic Development: A Comparative Study on India and China”, In Das, R.C. (eds.), Handbook of Research on Military Expenditure on Economic and Political Resources (IGI Global USA), pp. 170-181, ISBN: 9781522547785.
●  Sinha, M., Mukhopadhyay, P., Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “Capturing the Performances of Self-Help Groups across Indian States: A Dynamic Quantitative Exploration”, In Das, R.C. (eds.), Microfinance and Its Impact on Entrepreneurial Development, Sustainability, and Inclusive Growth (IGI Global USA), pp. 207-217, ISBN: 9781522552130.
●  Mahapatra, S. S., Sinha, M., Ray Chaudhury, A., Dutta, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “Defense Expenditure and Economic Performance in SAARC Countries”, In Das, R.C. (eds.), Handbook of Research on Military Expenditure on Economic and Political Resources (IGI Global USA), pp. 46-58, ISBN: 9781522547785.
●  Mukhopadhyay, P., Sinha, M., Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “Microfinance, Micro-Entrepreneurial Activities through Self-Help Groups, and Socio-Economic Empowerment of Women: A Study of Burdwan District of West Bengal, India”, In Das, R.C. (eds.), Microfinance and Its Impact on Entrepreneurial Development, Sustainability, and Inclusive Growth (IGI Global USA), pp. 85-102, ISBN: 9781522552130.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2017), “Foreign Exchange Rate and Agricultural Performances: A Time Series Exercise for India”, In B. Kamaiah et al. (eds.), Current Issues in Economics and Finance (Springer), pp. 183-196, ISBN: 9789811058097 (Scopus).
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2017), “Trends of FDI and Production in Service Sectors: A Dynamic Panel Exercise with Indian Data”, In Das, R.C. (eds.), Handbook of Research on Economic, Financial, and Industrial Impacts on Infrastructure Development (IGI Global USA), pp. 334-345, ISBN: 9781522523611.
●  Mukhopadhyay, P. Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2017), “Importance of Sustainable Rural Development through Agrarian Reforms: An Indian Scenario”, In Das, R.C. (eds.), Social, Health, and Environmental Infrastructures for Economic Growth (IGI Global USA), pp. 290-306, ISBN: 9781522523642 (Scopus).
●  Sinha, M., Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2019), “FDI, Trade and CO2 Emission in the Era of Digitalisation: An Empirical Study on Asia and Pacific Developing Countries”, 14th Annual Conference of Knowledge Forum (With TATA Trusts), Indian Institute of Technology Madras, 11-13 October 2019.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P.P. (2018), “Comparative Impacts of Foreign Direct Investment and Remittance Inflows in Developing Economies: An Asian Experience”, 6th IIFT Conference on Empirical Issues in International Trade and Finance, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, 13-14 December 2018.
●  Sinha, M. and Ray Chaudhury, A. (2018), “Multi-group segregation for nominal and ordinal categorical data: an Indian experience”, Winter School 2018, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi and Centre for Development Economics, 10-13 December 2018.
●  Sinha, M., Keshari, P.K., Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “FDI and Employment in the Era of Digitalization: Evidence from Developing Economies”, 13th Annual Conference of Knowledge Forum (In Partnership with Tata Trusts), Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, 16-18 November 2018.
●  Sinha, M., Das Paul, B. and Sengupta, P.P. (2018), “Production, Export and Environmental Performances in Manufacturing Industries: A Comparative Empirical Study on India and China”, International Conference on Sustainability Development - A Value Chain Perspective, Management Development Institute Murshidabad, 7-8 September 2018.
●  Sinha, M., Ray Chaudhury, A. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “Dynamics of FDI and ICT in India: An ARDL Approach”, International Conference on Recent Multidisciplinary Research (ICRMR 2018), SN Education Society India and URGCEE USA, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 22-23 June 2018.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “FDI, Trade and CO2 Emission in the Era of Digitalisation: A Study on Global Economy with a Special Focus on Asia-Pacific Countries”, International Conference on Sustainable Management, Indian Institute of Management Kashipur, 25-27 May 2018.
●  Sinha, M., Das Paul, B., Jana, S. K. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “Tourism and Economic Development: An Empirical Study on North-Eastern States in India”, UGC SAP (DRS-I) Sponsored Two-Day International Seminar on “Development of Backword Regions with Special Reference to Poverty, Inequality and Non-Farm Employment in West Bengal”, Department of Economics with Rural Development, Vidyasagar University, 28-29 March 2018.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2018), “FDI and Industrial Productivity in Developed and Developing Countries: A Comparative Dynamic Panel Exercise”, UGC SAP (DRS-II) Sponsored International Conference on “Globalization and Development”, Department of Economics and Politics, Visva-Bharati, 23-25 February 2018.
●  Sinha, M., and Sengupta, P. P. (2017), “Foreign Direct Investment and Industrial Performance: A Comparative Study between Developed and Developing Countries”, 8th National Seminar on Industrial Statistics, Central Statistics Office (IS Wing), Government of India, 15 December, 2017.
●  Sinha, M., Das, R. and Sengupta, P. P. (2017), “Financial Inclusion in the Era of Digitalization in Developing Countries: A Dynamic Panel Analysis”, Annual Banking Conference 2017, Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management and United Nations Capital Development Fund, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 26-27 November 2017.
●  Sinha, M., Mukherjee, P. and Sengupta, P. P. (2017), “Determinants of Farmers’ Decision Making for Accepting Crop Insurance: A Study on Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojona (PMFBY) at Burdwan District of West Bengal”, Two Day International Conference on Emerging Perspectives in Commerce, Economics and Management- Policies for a Better World, St. Xavier's College (Autonomous) Kolkata, 2-3 November 2017.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2017), “FDI, Trade and CO2 Emission: A Dynamic Panel Study of Asia-Pacific Countries”, International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance 2017, VGSOM, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, 7-8 July 2017.
●  Das, R. and Sinha, M. (2017), “Globalization and Inflation: An Empirical Study of India”, 3rd International Graduate Seminar, School of Public Policy and Governance, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Hyderabad, 16-18 March 2017 (Presented By Rishab Das).
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2016), “Trends of Growth, Export and CO2 Emission in Manufacturing Sector: An Empirical Study of BRICS Countries”, 53rd Annual Conference of The Indian Econometric Society (TIES), National Institute of Science Education and Research and N. C. Centre for Development Studies, 22-24 December 2016.
●  Sinha, M. (2016), “Foreign Direct Investment, International Trade and Economic Growth: A Global Scenario with a Dynamic Panel Study”, 5th International Conference on Empirical Issues in International Trade and Finance, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Kolkata, 16-17 December 2016.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2016), “FDI, Trade and Economic Growth: A Comparative Study of Countries from Middle Income Trap and Developed Position in Asia-Pacific Region”, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) Workshop on Middle Income Trap in Asia, Kobe, Japan, 12-13 December 2016.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2016), “Trends of Tourism and Economic Development: A Study of North-Eastern Himalayan Region in India”, National Seminar on Contemporary issues of Himalayan Buddhism, Culture and other dimensions, Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies, Government of India, Arunachal Pradesh, 10-12 November 2016.
●  Samanta, S., Sinha, M. and Mukhopadhyay, P. (2016), “Capturing the Emergence of Schools in Culture and Thought of Buddhism: A Study on Himalayan Region”, National Seminar on Contemporary issues of Himalayan Buddhism, Culture and other dimensions, Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies, Government of India, Arunachal Pradesh, 10-12 November 2016.
●  Sinha, M., Mukherjee, P. and Sengupta, P. P. (2016), “Trends of Production, Export and CO2 Emission in Manufacturing Industries: An Empirical Investigation in India and China”, Seventh National Seminar on Industrial Statistics, Central Statistics Office (IS Wing), Government of India, 26 September 2016.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2016), “Inflow of Foreign Direct Investment and Current Account Balance: A VAR Analysis with Indian Data”, 2nd International Conference on Applied Economics and Business, Department of Economics, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, Jammu & Kashmir and The Indian Econometric Society (TIES), 28-29 July 2016.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2016), “Foreign Direct Investment and Performance of Indian Services: A Dynamic Panel Analysis”, International Conference on Services, Investment and Global Value Chain, Centre for WTO Studies, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, 28-29 July 2016.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2016), “Post Reform Trends in India’s Foreign Exchange Rate: Testing the Role of Agricultural Exports”, National Symposium on Statistics for Sustainable Agricultural Development, Indian Association for Productivity, Quality & Reliability and ICAR-National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use Planning, Kolkata, 17-18 June 2016.
●  Sinha, M. (2016), “Foreign Direct Investment and International Trade in Services: An Empirical Analysis for India”, International Conference on Applied Economics and Finance, GITAM School of International Business, GITAM University and The Indian Econometric Society, 6 February 2016.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2016), “Foreign Direct Investment and Industrial Productivity: A Sector Level analysis in India”, International Conference on Business and Information Management, National Institute of Technology Durgapur, 9-11 January 2016.
●  Sinha, M. (2016), “Service Trade and Foreign Direct Investment: An Empirical Exercise for India”, 52nd Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric Society (TIES), Indian Institute of the Management Kozhikode, 4-6 January 2016.
●  Das, P. and Sinha, M. (2015), “Productivity Growth, Technology Spillover and Foreign Direct Investment in Indian Industries: A Dynamic Panel Study”, Sixth National Seminar on Industrial Statistics, Central Statistics Office (IS Wing), Government of India, 9 November 2015.
●  Sinha, M. and Sengupta, P. P. (2015), “Service Export and Foreign Direct Investment: An Empirical Exercise in Post Reform India”, 17th Annual Conference of North Eastern Economic Association (NEEA), Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh, 30-31 October 2015.
●  Sarmah, B. and Sinha, M. (2015), “Capturing the Movements of Tea Price: A Case Study in India”, 17th Annual Conference of North Eastern Economic Association (NEEA), Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh, 30-31 October 2015.
●  Sinha, M. (2015), “Post Liberalization Trends in Indian Current Account Balance: Testing the Role of Foreign Direct Investment”, Graduate Research Meet 2015, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, 28-30 October 2015.
●  Sarmah, B. and Sinha, M. (2015), “Factors Responsible for Declining Tea Export of India: An Empirical Investigation in Post Reform Period”, Graduate Research Meet 2015, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, 28-30 October 2015.
●  Sinha, M. (2015), “Trends in Formal Employments in Indian Manufacturing: Testing the Role of Foreign Direct Investment in the form of Its Relationship with Exchange Rate”, 57th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Labour Economics, Central University of Kashmir and SKUAST-Kashmir, 10-12 Oct 2014.
●  Sinha, M. (2015), “Causal Linkage between FDI Inflow and Exchange Rate: An Empirical Analysis for India”, 2nd International Graduate Seminar, School of Public Policy and Governance, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Hyderabad, 27-29 April 2015.
●  Sinha, M. (2015), “FDI Inflow and Indian Trade Performance: An Empirical Analysis”, Two-Day International Seminar on “Contemporary Issues of Economic Development with special reference to Public Finance and Policy”, Department of Economics with Rural Development, Vidyasagar University and CTRPFP (CSSSC), 17-18 February 2015.

Ahana Sen

●  Sen, Ahana (2015) Corporate Social Responsibility: Indian Initiatives, Chiaroscuro: A Miscellany, Pg. 93-96, 978-81-928721-8-6.
●  Sen. Ahana& Mallick. Santanu (2019) “Empirical study towards Corporate Social Responsibility practices and firm’s financial performance: Evidence of select Indian IT companies”, 3rd International Conference of Indian Accounting Association, South Bengal Branch with SAIARD. (Best Paper Awarded).
●  Sen. Ahana& Mallick. Santanu (2020), "EMPIRICAL STUDY TOWARDS ENTERPRISE SUSTAINABLE GROWTH: EVIDENCE OF SELECT NIFTY COMPANIES”, on UGC CPE Funded One Day National Seminar on Recent Trends in Commerce & Business Research (RTCBR), BarrakporeRashtroguruSurendranath College, Barrakepore.
●  Sen. Ahana& Mallick. Santanu (2020), "BANKRUPTCY RISK AND Z-INDEX FOR BANKS IN INDIAN CONTEXT: A PROBABILISTIC MEASURES OF INSOLVENCY” Two-Day International Conference on Emerging issues on Finance and Banking" Surendranath Evening College. 
●  Sen. Ahana& Mallick. Santanu (2020), “RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN RESOURCE ACCOUNTING AND FIRM’S WORTH: STUDY SELECT NIFTY COMPANIES”, One-Day International Seminar on Changing Paradigm Changing Paradigms In Commerce And Economics jointly organized by Department of Commerce & Department of Economics sponsored by Department of Higher Education, Government of West Bengal, Jhargram Raj College.
●  Sen, Ahana& Mallick, Santanu (2020), “The COVID-19 Outbreak and SAARC Countries Stock Markets Responses”, Emerging Issues in Commerce and Management, Pg. No. 90-109, ISBN: 978-81-946476-2-1.
●  Sen, Ahana& Mallick, Santanu (2020), “Success of Microfinance Programs in Eradicating Social Exclusion- A Study On Indian States”, PDUAMT Business Review, Vol. II, Pg no. 52-60, ISSN: 2582-113X.
●  Sen, Ahana& Mallick, Santanu (2020), “Performance Evaluation of Stock Price Indices during COVID-19 Pandemic Situation”, 2020 Coronavirus: Pandemic in India, Pg. No 65-69, ISBN: 978-81-947590-0-3.
●  Sen, Ahana& Mallick, Santanu (2020), "Challenges and revivals of Indian MSME Sector during COVID-19 ", Business Strategy in the Post COVID-19 Pandemic Scenario, Pg. No.101-112, ISBN: 978-93-90442-31-7.

●  Madhabendra Sinha (Assistant Professor) Received Travel, Accommodation and Per Diem Award from Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) to Present a Paper in ADBI Workshop on Middle Income Trap in Asia, Kobe, Japan, 12-13 December 2016.

●  Madhabendra Sinha (Assistant Professor) Received The Reviewers’ Choice Award from Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management and United Nations Capital Development Fund, Annual Banking Conference 2017, Dhaka, 26-27 November 2017.

●  Madhabendra Sinha (Assistant Professor) Received Senior & Junior Research Fellowship from National Institute of Technology Durgapur under Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India Since 11 August 2017 to 20 January 2020.

●  Award of Ahana Sen (Assistant Professor) Received the First Class First Award from University of Calcutta in M.Com. and MBA.

●  The Department has pooled the students from neighborhood regions to its professional courses – MBA and BBA. It helps expertise in the fields of Marketing, Finance, Human Resource and Agri-Business management.

●  It also arranges various training programmes to provide the opportunity to work closely with professionals and to develop knowledge and experience related directly to your career objectives.

●  In addition to that the Department conducts industry visit as the integral part of the curriculum along with the placement assistance to the students.

Number of Events Organized: 
●  In 2015: NIL
●  In 2016: NIL
●  In 2017: NIL
●  In 2018: National Conference (NACITMAC-2019) Organized in collaboration with Department of Computer and Information Science and The Department of Commerce, Raiganj University (Technically Sponsored by Computer Society of India)
●  In 2019: Students’ Visit at Bagdogra Tea Estate, WB as a part of MBA Curricula. BBA students’ visit at Yew Petrochemicals Pvt. For their academic curricula.
●  In 2020: NIL

Department of Management
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Left Wing, Main Building Annex
Raiganj University
West Bengal-733 134, India
Email:
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